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Old October 14th 04, 03:58 PM
Mary
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Yesterday, my cat Bear wasn't her normal self. She stayed in and

rested
on the
couch. At that time I just figured she was napping. Nothing out of

the
ordinary.

When I got home last night from work, I could see she wasn't feeling

good. She
not eating and is weak. A few moments ago she threw up but no food

was
present.


She is a healthy cat and always has been so I'm not sure what is

wrong.
Is is
common for cats to get sick with a virus or flu like people do? She

has
all her
shots so I'm hoping its just a passing illness.

I'm hoping its nothing serious and that she gets better soon. I will

be
taking
her to the vet today.

Cat's can difinately get the flu and colds. Our three kittens recently
caught a cold from either the last one adopted (from an urban dog
pound), the new dog (who came home with Kennel cough), or one of us.
They were all coughing and sneezing constantly but had no loss of
appetite or loss of energy. A trip to the vet and some meds cleared it
right up.


And then you paid to have their toes amputated.


Which has less than nothing to do with this post.


As long as you pose as a cat lover after what you did to those cats I will
be here to remind others that you paid tohave your beautiful, sweet kittens
mutilated for the sake of your UPHOLSTERED WALLS. I feel it is the least I
can do.


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Old October 14th 04, 03:58 PM
Mary
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"ceb2" wrote in message
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"Mary" wrote in message

.com...
"ceb2" wrote in message
om...
(Haardvark2) wrote in message

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Yesterday, my cat Bear wasn't her normal self. She stayed in and

rested
on the
couch. At that time I just figured she was napping. Nothing out of

the
ordinary.

When I got home last night from work, I could see she wasn't feeling

good. She
not eating and is weak. A few moments ago she threw up but no food

was
present.


She is a healthy cat and always has been so I'm not sure what is

wrong.
Is is
common for cats to get sick with a virus or flu like people do? She

has
all her
shots so I'm hoping its just a passing illness.

I'm hoping its nothing serious and that she gets better soon. I will

be
taking
her to the vet today.

Cat's can difinately get the flu and colds. Our three kittens recently
caught a cold from either the last one adopted (from an urban dog
pound), the new dog (who came home with Kennel cough), or one of us.
They were all coughing and sneezing constantly but had no loss of
appetite or loss of energy. A trip to the vet and some meds cleared it
right up.


And then you paid to have their toes amputated.


Which has less than nothing to do with this post.


As long as you pose as a cat lover after what you did to those cats I will
be here to remind others that you paid tohave your beautiful, sweet kittens
mutilated for the sake of your UPHOLSTERED WALLS. I feel it is the least I
can do.


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Old October 15th 04, 07:20 PM
ceb2
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"Mary" wrote in message

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"ceb2" wrote in message
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(Haardvark2) wrote in message

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Yesterday, my cat Bear wasn't her normal self. She stayed in and

rested
on the
couch. At that time I just figured she was napping. Nothing out of

the
ordinary.

When I got home last night from work, I could see she wasn't feeling

good. She
not eating and is weak. A few moments ago she threw up but no food

was
present.


She is a healthy cat and always has been so I'm not sure what is

wrong.
Is is
common for cats to get sick with a virus or flu like people do? She

has
all her
shots so I'm hoping its just a passing illness.

I'm hoping its nothing serious and that she gets better soon. I will

be
taking
her to the vet today.

Cat's can difinately get the flu and colds. Our three kittens recently
caught a cold from either the last one adopted (from an urban dog
pound), the new dog (who came home with Kennel cough), or one of us.
They were all coughing and sneezing constantly but had no loss of
appetite or loss of energy. A trip to the vet and some meds cleared it
right up.

And then you paid to have their toes amputated.


Which has less than nothing to do with this post.


As long as you pose as a cat lover after what you did to those cats I will
be here to remind others that you paid tohave your beautiful, sweet kittens
mutilated for the sake of your UPHOLSTERED WALLS. I feel it is the least I
can do.


Here's some more ammo for you:

I'm protestant and caucasion.

I'm pro life.

I'm not a huge fan of the death penalty but I think if we have it, we
should use it.

I don't spank my children but was spanked as a child. It did no
lasting damage.

I don't really have an opinion on circumcision and having only
daughters, it's never a choice I had to make. However, my parents had
me circumsized. I don't resent them for it.

I don't think Pete Rose should ever be in the HOF and I don't want to
see an Asterisk by Ichiro's, Barry Bond's, or Mark McGuire's name.

I don't really have a political affiliation. Voted for Bush last time.
I'll probably vote for Keery this time.

I'm a Freemason.

I don't give a crap about gays in the military if they're good at
their vocation.

We also own an Australian Shepperd puppy, a breed born with no tail.
I'm not sure if they have always been a tailless breed or if the
workload put on them by humans caused evolution to deem their tail
unneccessary. If it's the latter, you could also in an indirect way
accuse me of supporting tail cropping.

I drive a truck that gets below average gas mileage.

I'm a Red Sox fan.

My wife an I lived together and had sex before we wed.

I'm sure if you go through this list you can come up with a bunch of
other things to persecute me for. Maybe start a petition in various
newsgroups and websites. I have no warrants or even traffic tickets
outstanding, but since I'm surly such a horrible person, maybe you
could try to get me arrested for my oh-so aggregious offenses. At the
very least, when I reply to a post on topic, you can come in off topic
and remind everyone not only how I "paid tohave your beautiful, sweet
kittens mutilated for the sake of your UPHOLSTERED WALLS" then maybe
follow it up with something like " you Caholic hating, murder
supporting, child neglecting, mutilation supporting, baseball history
hating, Kerry loving, devil worshipping, gay loving, dog hating,
ecology hating, yankee hating, unwedlocked sinner!"


Or you could just get over it and leave me alone.
 




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